The Nationals are approaching, and Sacha has her eye set on the prize. She will do anything to win, even if it means the end of her and Dane.

But she didn’t account for one thing. Maddi, the new girl on the salsa scene. She’s got the moves, and quickly becomes the new sweetheart on the dancefloor.

Bitter rivalry ensues as they fight to be the best.

Who will come out on top?q&a with stacey broadbent

What type of book do you like to read?  I love thrillers, suspense, anything that will have me on the edge of my seat. I also like a good ugly cry book. I’ll read most things though, as long as the storyline is compelling and the characters are relatable.
Do you like listening to music while you’re writing?  I prefer to write in silence, but I don’t mind a little music in the background. I definitely prefer music over TV as a background to writing.
What made you want to write?  I’ve always loved reading and writing. As a teen I tried unsuccessfully to write stories – I could never figure out how to get from point A to point B. A few years ago I completed my proofreading qualification, and as a joke, I suggested to my friend that we write a book to make some money.  That thought stuck with me, and after reading Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire, I had the inspiration to give it a go. She was the first author I started following, and I guess she rubbed off on me lol
Do you have any other hobbies?  Yes. Obviously, reading 🙂 but I also love to dance. I used to teach salsa in the evenings, and at one point I was dancing every day, for hours a day. It was like breathing for me.
I also like to do puzzles and cross-stitch when I have the time.


dancing through the storm is book one out of three i love Dane and Maddi and how they connected i thought Sascha is a horrible person and she got on my nerves at times.
really enjoyed this book it was easy to get into and it was a very quick read cant wait to read book 2 and 3 of this series and see how it ends